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This is a discussion on supercharger or new motor within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by herculesrider1 This comment belongs on the "almost anything goes" board. Sex has nothing to do with supercharging ...

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    MANWHORE TEAM suede's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by herculesrider1 View Post
    This comment belongs on the "almost anything goes" board. Sex has nothing to do with supercharging an engine or a new motor.
    you missed the refference or the original thread, no biggie....

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    i personally would get a tsp 347 long block for 6k that comes with any tsp cam and stage 2.5 5.3l heads. Not to wild but keeping in mind a good dd.

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    Of course, I would have to say S/C. I went that way and the torque down low is just
    crazy. Keeps pulling past redline. It's just a whole different level of fun on the street.
    The S/C whine by itself gets people to turn their heads to see what's coming.
    It's the most fun I've ever had in a street car. That includes the '67 Camaro with over 650HP and a two speed... trans brake and all.

    There is just something about having a Z06 killer.

    Now then, there is a '08 Z06 S/C I'm looking at with over 700HP.
    That would be the ZR1 Distroyer. I'm having to keep my hands in
    my pockets right now. I really want that car !!!

    I really don't see the need though. By the time you hit second your gone anyways.
    Traction is the key when you start hitting these power levels.



    If I didn't have to worry about smog I would have gone N/A... Unfortunately, this is the most power I can use
    legally on the street.
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    A zr1 with bolt ons has made 740whp and 720wtrq. It also made 550wtrq at 2500rpms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinergy View Post
    A zr1 with bolt ons has made 740whp and 720wtrq. It also made 550wtrq at 2500rpms

    I hear ya... you can always make it faster but stock they are only rated at about 638 at the crank. - 15% = 54 or 638-54= 584rwhp compared to the 700rwhp car that I'm talking about for less than a third the price. It's a great deal !!! But, it will never be a ZR1.

    Imo if someone modded a ZR1 it wouldn't be worth as much.

    Anyways, I'll just have to be happy with what I have for a while. I need to put more money into real estate I think.... at least for now.

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    definitely go for the LS2 LS3 motor

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